Campus Life

Student Activities

A sustained ambience of 5.14 Acre and creativity defines the campus life at the Anand Institute of Management. Group learning and team sprit are the all-pervasive themes that can be observed in classroom discussions, on the playground matches, in the bistro queues: in short everywhere. Things we know we share and we strive together for the things that we want to learn. For us the only place where success comes before work is a dictionary. “I like to see a man proud of the place in which he lives. I like to see a man live so that his place will be proud of him.” In all probability Abraham Lincoln wasn’t thinking of us when he quoted this but even if he were he wouldn’t have been wrong. We know we are different and we are proud of it. AIM is where life lives.

World-class infrastructure and amenities ably scaffold academic, sports, and other activities. These are aimed at creating avenues for multi-faceted personality development through co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. Throughout the year, numerous activities and events are planned and executed by students. There is always something in the air. 

Students’ Experience

The accent of student life and activities on the campus is to provide an invigorating and creative environment. A distinguishing feature is the advantage that the Management Student has in drawing upon the structure of a well established quality institution like the AIM the strength of rich infrastructure. There is a hostel in AIM Bhopal. Hostel can accommodate 100 students. AIM is not all about studies; its aim is to mould the leaders of future. The Students Activity Centre (SAC) is the nerve centre of all student activities on the campus. With a moat on one side and a high stone-wall on the other, the Students’ Activity Centre recalling memories of an ancient fort. The Centre comprising a Club Building, Gymnasium Hall, Swimming Pool, Amphitheatre, Music Rooms, Hobbies Workshop and a large Dark Room, caters to various hobbies of the students. They have a place to paint, to sculpt or to tinker with the radio. There are committee rooms where they can hold formal or informal meetings and a large marble-floored hall for exhibitions. On the first floor of the Centre, students have facility to play billiards. The large gymnasium hall is over 10 m. high where the students have a place for badminton in inclement weather or to engage themselves in gymnastics.

Each day is bathed in its own shade. Whether it is another CEO lecture or a friendly basketball match in the sports complex or simply a presentation preparation for the next communications session, we take all in our stride with similar grace. Influencing practice and value based growth is the motto of learning at AIM and for us not even change is constant. The year is full of various initiatives, Sunday afternoons- these events act as avenues for development of managerial potential in students in addition to their primary purpose of increasing exposure and providing knowledge